25 Most BIZARRE Cat Breeds Ever

Unusual Breeds Of Cats

Are you ready for the 25 most BIZARRE cat breeds? These bizarre cat breeds have cornered the market on cute and weird and will work their way into your heart. It’s unbelievable what these bizarre cat breeds look like and you’ll want to run out and meet them in person. You have to see these 25 Most Bizarre Cat Breeds!

The companion to our bizarre dog list (check it out here: these cats are a sight to see. Some of these extraordinary cat breeds were bred for their odd looks. Other bizarre cats naturally adapted to their environments. From the strangest cat in the world to some adorable tiny cats, this list has them all. Many of these cats you may never see outside of an exotic cat show, so you have to check out this video! We bet you can’t guess which bizarre cat is number 1! Love bizarre cats? Check out these most bizarre cat breeds (and our photo credits and sources) and be sure to let us know in the comments below which of these kitties will spend their nine lives with you!


  1. For those wondering, #14 was supposed to read:
    These cats are a cross between an African Serval and a domestic cat. Its large body, leopard spots, and unique ear shape make it both handsome and mesmerizing to look at. They can potentially grow to be 25 pounds (11.33kg).

    Sorry about the audio swap. But now I guess you have a sneak peak to an upcoming video.

  2. 04:26 The Serval narrative has no where found in this #14… "Why is it talking about Japanese dish?" The Serval is the most largest house cat breed coming from Africa. the 2nd fastest cat after cheetah. Serval mixed with Abyssinian or Siamese are called Savannah. F1, F2, F3, F4. etc.. Very expensive cat breeds, you must look around $20,000 to $30,000.

  3. I used to have one of the most rarest cats in the world. She was the best. Her name was Mystic and She was an Australian Mist. There is only about 20 in the whole world. I miss her so much.

  4. So #1, is a white cat with green and blue eyes. The Turkish Van looks almost identical, but loves to swim in water, but somehow it's… less bizarre?

  5. The Van Cat from Turkey is similar to the #1 on the list (Khao Manee) in that it is a white cat and generally with two different color eyes. However, in addition to its unusual coloring, it is often noted for its love (or lack of fear) of water and known to swim.

  6. I have number ten with straight ears. WHY IS IT BIZARE???????? It’s actually the most cute cat I ever seen and one of my favorite breeds. I really can’t understand the title of this video 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️

  7. There is a difference between dwarf cats and "Tea Cup". Dwarf cats occurred naturally, but Tea Cups not so much. So what I have heard, (not sure about its truth) is that the Tea Cup Persian (like all "Tea Cup" breeds), are not really a special breed, but basically they started as littler runts that were underdeveloped and very small because of abnormal growth hormones from genetic mutations and have underdeveloped muscles and bones as well as organs. But people thought they were so super cute. So irresponsible breeders started mating these very small stature, not genetically sound, cats with each other to produce a "Tea Cup" size. But their genesis is from parents that were not really healthy stock and neither are the subsequent offspring. They have chronic heart problems, heart murmurs, cardiac enlargement, muscle weakness, bone disease, the skull never fuses and they have a soft spot on the skull, and poorly developed nervous systems causing neurological weakness, seizures, balance problems, etc. There are even people who will just take a litter runt and sell it claiming it to be a dwarf cat or Teacup.